Does mentioning a healthy ingredient constitute a health claim or a nutrition content claim?
Published: 13 Nov 2017
Claims such as “rich in Vitamin C”, “low in fat”, “contains antioxidants” and “reduces the risk of heart disease” may be made in relation to certain food products. Are these health claims or nutrition content claims? It is important to comply with the prescribed rules in the Food Standards Code before making such claims to avoid breaching the Australian Consumer Law.
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